It’s been a long six years since devastating flooding forced more than a thousand members of Lake St. Martin First Nation from their homes.
Acclaimed Indigenous Chef David Wolfman has been around for a long time. His career started 40-years-ago in Toronto, Ont.
Dozens of 60s Scoop survivors took to the streets of Winnipeg Friday morning to raise awareness about the ongoing issues they face.
While families speak their truths at the inquiry in Winnipeg, about 20 students are at a Winnipeg monument that honours missing and murdered Indigenous women using art to tell their stories.
Ten communities in Manitoba are celebrating the opening of a First Nations school system that comes with a unique curriculum and thousands of dollars more money per student.
Two First Nation organizations in Manitoba are receiving $3.3-million from the federal government, province and a Winnipeg foundation to cover programs, and studies related to the province’s child welfare system.
A new exhibit featuring almost 30 different Indigenous artists opened its doors in Winnipeg last month.
It’s been four hours since classes got out at the Dennis Franklin Cromarty (DFC) school in Thunder Bay and support workers are just getting to work checking out the city’s hotspots.